Under current law, visitors to any premises and the people who work in them must be able to access those premises without barriers, regardless of their abilities. With one in five people of working age in Great Britain having a disability and 2 per cent of the working age population becoming disabled each year, it is vital for employers and premises managers to be aware of their legal responsibilities, and to take the necessary steps to comply with them.
Within just seconds of walking into a place of business, whether it’s a shop, an office or the reception area of an industrial unit, we all make our minds up in a flash as to what we think about a company. This is precisely why it’s vital to make sure your company’s reception area is geared towards making that all-important positive first impression.
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